3. Learn about appealing a decision

The Ontario Human Rights Commission has released their latest take on mandatory vaccines, passports and testing, here: http://www.ohrc.on.ca/en/news_centre/ohrc-policy-statement-covid-19-vaccine-mandates-and-proof-vaccine-certificates. In light of this update, and the new directives that the Province released a few weeks ago, we are in the process of updating our covid testing content. Please re-visit the site to access the updated content when it is available.

If you can’t get the help that you need from the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), you may be able to appeal the decision.

To appeal means that you ask the (SBT) to decide that the decision is wrong.

But before you can appeal a decision about ODSP to the SBT, you must ask for an of the decision.

And not all decisions can be appealed to the SBT.

Decisions you can appeal

You can appeal most decisions about costs related to your health.

For example, you can appeal what ODSP decides about:

Even if the law says that a decision can’t be appealed, you can still ask for an internal review.

If you’re not sure if you can appeal the decision, you can still start an appeal.

Talk to a community legal clinic if you want to appeal a decision but aren’t sure if you can.

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